Konrad Fiedler
Konrad Fiedler
Full Professor at the University of Vienna, Austria
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TitleCited byYear
Does the DNA barcoding gap exist?–a case study in blue butterflies (Lepidoptera: Lycaenidae)
M Wiemers, K Fiedler
Frontiers in Zoology 4 (8), 1-16, 2007
5042007
Disentangling a rainforest food web using stable isotopes: dietary diversity in a species-rich ant community
N Blüthgen, G Gebauer, K Fiedler
Oecologia 137 (3), 426-435, 2003
2842003
Systematic, evolutionary, and ecological implications of myrmecophily within the Lycaenidae (Insecta: Lepidoptera: Papilionoidea)
K Fiedler
Bonner zoologische Monographien 31, 1-210, 1991
2671991
Bottom-up control and co-occurrence in complex communities: Honeydew and nectar determine a rainforest ant mosaic
N Blüthgen, NE Stork, K Fiedler
Oikos 106, 344-358, 2004
2142004
Preferences for sugars and amino acids and their conditionality in a diverse nectar-feeding ant community
N Blüthgen, K Fiedler
J. Anim. Ecol 73, 155-66, 2004
1932004
Global warming, elevational ranges and the vulnerability of tropical biota
WF Laurance, DC Useche, LP Shoo, SK Herzog, M Kessler, F Escobar, ...
Biological Conservation 144 (1), 548-557, 2011
1862011
From forest to farmland: diversity of geometrid moths along two habitat gradients on Borneo
J Beck, CH Schulze, KE Linsenmair, K Fiedler
Journal of Tropical Ecology 18 (01), 33-51, 2002
1822002
Understory versus canopy: patterns of vertical stratification and diversity among Lepidoptera in a Bornean rainforest
CH Schulze, KE Linsenmair, K Fiedler
Plant Ecology 153, 133-152, 2001
1702001
Competition for composition: lessons from nectar-feeding ant communities
N Blüthgen, K Fiedler
Ecology 85 (6), 1479-1485, 2004
1592004
Unique elevational diversity patterns of geometrid moths in an Andean montane rainforest
G Brehm, D Süssenbach, K Fiedler
Ecography 26, 356-366, 2003
1532003
Sugar and amino acid composition of ant‐attended nectar and honeydew sources from an Australian rainforest
N Blüthgen, G Gottsberger, K Fiedler
Austral Ecology 29 (4), 418-429, 2004
1462004
Response of the copper butterfly Lycaena tityrus to increased leaf nitrogen in natural food plants: evidence against the nitrogen limitation hypothesis
K Fischer, K Fiedler
Oecologia 124 (2), 235-241, 2000
1312000
Mud-puddling behavior in tropical butterflies: in search of proteins or minerals?
J Beck, E Mühlenberg, K Fiedler
Oecologia 119 (1), 140-148, 1999
1291999
Montane Andean rain forests are a global diversity hotspot of geometrid moths
G Brehm, LM Pitkin, N Hilt, K Fiedler
Journal of biogeography 32 (9), 1621-1627, 2005
1262005
Beta diversity of geometrid moths (Lepidoptera: Geometridae) in an Andean montane rainforest
G Brehm, J Homeier, K Fiedler
Diversity and Distributions 9 (5), 351-366, 2003
1162003
Faunal composition of geometrid moths changes with altitude in an Andean montane rain forest
G Brehm, K Fiedler
Journal of Biogeography 30 (3), 431-440, 2003
1142003
Shifts in species richness, herbivore specialization, and plant resistance along elevation gradients
L Pellissier, K Fiedler, C Ndribe, A Dubuis, JN Pradervand, A Guisan, ...
Ecology and Evolution 2 (8), 1818-1825, 2012
1132012
Disturbance effects on diversity of epiphytes and moths in a montane forest in Ecuador
NM Nöske, N Hilt, FA Werner, G Brehm, K Fiedler, HJM Sipman, ...
Basic and Applied Ecology 9 (1), 4-12, 2008
1032008
Sex‐related differences in reaction norms in the butterfly Lycaena tityrus (Lepidoptera: Lycaenidae)
K Fischer, K Fiedler
Oikos 90 (2), 372-380, 2000
1032000
Attraction to light - from how far do moths (Lepidoptera) return to weak artificial sources of light?
C Truxa, K Fiedler
European Journal of Entomology 109 (1), 77-84, 2012
1012012
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